WASHINGTON, DC — The National Senior Citizens Law Center has appointed Yanira Cruz, president and CEO of the National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA), Richard “NSCLC Board of Directors Welcomes Three New Members”
WASHINGTON – The National Senior Citizens Law Center (NSCLC) has hired Kate Lang as a staff attorney in its Washington, DC office. Lang, who was “Kate Lang Joins National Senior Citizens Law Center”
Income Support Program for 8,000,000 Poor Needs to be Strengthened WASHINGTON DC – The National Senior Citizens Law Center celebrates the fortieth birthday of the Supplemental “Supplemental Security Income Program Celebrates 40th Anniversary!”
In observing this anniversary, we need to celebrate the critical role played by Social Security in enabling older Americans and workers who become disabled to live independently and not be a burden to their offspring. We also need to be vigilant and protect Social Security from ill-advised efforts to cut benefits.
In observing this anniversary, we need to celebrate the critical role played by Social Security in enabling older Americans and workers who become disabled to “Statement: Happy Birthday to Social Security”
(7/13/2011) In a press release based on a new issue brief “Ensuring Consumer Protection of Dual Eligibles in Integrated Models,” NSCLC notes that there is “Dual Eligibles: Consumer Protection in Integrated Models”
6/9/2011 — Seven plaintiffs field a motion for preliminary injunction in a class action lawsuit on behalf of 35,000 low-income people with disabilities, including older “People with Disabilities Seek to Save AHDC”
Posted on 2011/04/07 In a victory for advocates for people with limited English proficiency, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services adopted final rule requiring “CMS Requiring Medicare Plans to Translate Materials”